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Pages in category "Unchangeable"
The following 31 pages are in this category, out of 31 total.
- After finishing with all this material enjoyment (thirty-six thousand years with unchangeable senses and the chance to perform many great sacrifices), Dhruva would be promoted to the spiritual world, which includes the Dhruvaloka
- Although he dressed the two young girls and decorated their bodies with his own hand, he remained unchanged. Such is the mind of Srila Ramananda Raya
- As eternally unchangeable, the soul remains atomic in comparison to the infinite Supreme Soul
- In Vedic literatures there is information of a material object called a “touchstone,” which, simply by touch, can transform iron into gold. The touchstone can produce an unlimited quantity of gold and yet remain unchanged
- Individual souls may disagree, but the Supersoul, being equally present in every body, is called unchanging, or avikari. The individual soul, when fully saturated with Krsna consciousness, can understand the presence of the Supersoul
- It is said that the living spirit is eternal, all-pervading, unchangeable, indestructible, and so forth. What is known in India as sanatana-dharma, or "the eternal religion," is meant for this living spirit
- The four divisions of human society are created by Me (Krsna). And although I am the creator of this system, you should know that I am yet the nondoer, being unchangeable
- The infinitesimal soul, being unchangeable, can never become equal to the infinite soul, or the Supreme Personality of Godhead. This concept is repeated in the Vedas in different ways just to confirm the stability of the conception of the soul
- The living entities, according to different results of fruitive activities, may become rich or poor, but the Supreme Personality of Godhead is unchangeable; He is always full in six opulences
- The living entity changes his body in the material world, but even when the Lord is in the material world, He is ever unchanged. That is His prerogative
- The living entity, originally being avikara, or unchangeable, suffers a great deal on account of changes due to the influence of time
- The Lord is not part of the soul - He is the unchangeable Supreme Soul, and the living entities are His parts and parcels
- The reason the Lord uses these words param avyayam is that although He permeates everything by means of His transcendental energies, He remains eternally unchanged and the complete whole
- The spiritual world is transcendental even to material goodness and thus is unchangeable
- The Supreme Lord can produce all manifested worlds by His inconceivable energies, and yet He is full and unchanged
- The Supreme Personality of Godhead manifests Himself as the cosmic manifestation by His inconceivable potency, yet He remains unchanged in His eternal, transcendental form
- The whole creation thus merges within the body of transcendental Narayana at the time of annihilation, and the creation emanates from His body again with the same unchanging categories of fate and individual nature
- These relations of the cows & gopis with their calves & boys remained unchanged, although actually the original calves & boys were not there. Actually the cows’ affection for their calves & the elder gopis’ affection for the boys causelessly increased
- This individual soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. He is everlasting, present everywhere, unchangeable, immovable and eternally the same